Are Your Ducks in a Row?

I understand that discussing death can be challenging due to superstitions, fear, and uncertainty. However, it’s important to make sure your affairs are in order to avoid causing your loved one’s undue stress and burden during a difficult time. By getting your “ducks in a row”, meaning preparing all the necessary details in advance and being well-organized for the future, you can ensure that your loved ones are not left in a difficult situation.

Living With a Broken Heart

February- the Month of Love? Unfortunately, for many, it could represent the Month of Grief.  In January’s Blog I wrote about Living with a Broken Heart by Gary Sturgis and to reiterate the first part, it starts off with:

 “Remember what the Tin Man said in the “Wizard of Oz” after he finally got a heart . . .

Christmas Has Come and Gone and Here I Am

“Whew, did I miss it? Did I really miss the Christmas season going through without my loved one(s) that have died and left this world on a one-way ticket? Why did they leave me behind? Didn’t they realize how hard this was and I can’t bring relief or let go of this unbearable pain. I don’t like this feeling and I just can’t shake it. It hurts to the core of my very being and here I am in January – I’m not sure I can do this!”